Corser, Thomas, Reverend bibliographer

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creatorOf " BELIEVE as you list": a tragedy by Philip Massinger. The autographs MS. as submitted to Sir Henry Herbert, Master of the Revels, and having the latter's signed license at the end, dated 6 May, 1631. With marginal stage directions (in which Will. Pa... British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:ff. 1, 3 James Robert Campbell: Letters to J. Hunter: 1822, 1850. f. 5 Reverend H-Cape: Letter to J. Hunter: 1833. f. 7 Robert Brudenell, 6th Earl of Cardigan: Letter to J. Hunter: 1833. ff. 8-20 Nicholas Carlisle, antiquary: Let..., 1800-1860 British Library
creatorOf THOMAS MANNE: anthology of contemporary verse, including poems by Henry King, his brother John King and other members of Christ Church, Oxford, etc.; circa 1624-1638, with later additions to circa 1646. Partly imperfect. Partly Latin and French. Fair..., 1619-1651 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 329). 1814-1865.includes:f. 1 John Tupper Connell, Curate at St Margaret's, Westminster: Extract from register by: 1834. f. 1 William Hazlitt, the younger, Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy: Register of his baptism, 1814. Copy: 1834. ..., 1814-1865 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III (ff. 482). 1868, 1869.Robert Herrick, poet: Letters rel. to W. C. Hazlitt's edition of his works: 1869.Reverend Thomas Warton, the younger: Letters ref. to W. C. Hazlitt's edition of his History of English Poetry: 1868.William Browne, poet: ..., 1868-1869 British Library
creatorOf HUTH BEQUEST. Vol. VII. Les Trois Pèlerinages: three poems, viz. Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine and Pèlerinage de l'Âme, two allegories on the pilgrimage of the soul in this world and the next, and Pèlerinage de Jésus Christ, a version of the Gospelnarrat..., approximately 1400 British Library
referencedIn Vol. II (ff. 509). 1866, 1867.Henry Huth, bibliophile: Letters to W. C. Hazlitt: 1867-1878.John Payne Collier: Letters to W. C. Hazlitt: 1863-1874, n.d.Alexander Ireland, writer: Letters to W. C. Hazlitt: 1866-1887.includes:ff. 1, 18, 28, 228, 461 Wi..., 1866-1867 British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV (ff. 419). 1870-1873.Thomas Carew: Letters rel. to W. C. Hazlitt's; edition of his poems: 1870.Henry Huth, bibliophile: Letters to W. C. Hazlitt: 1867-1878.John Payne Collier: Letters to W. C. Hazlitt: 1863-1874, n.d.Alexander Ireland, writer..., 1870-1873 British Library
referencedIn Vol. IX. (ff. 382). 1849-1854.includes:f. 1 Henry Johnson, of Shrewsbury: Letter to Sir F. Madden: 1849.ff. 8, 70, 74 Edward Foss, FSA, author of the ' Judges of England ': Letters to Sir F. Madden: 1846-1850.ff. 12, 135, 289, 293, 319, 334, 375..., 1849-1854 British Library
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Glasgow, Scotland
Mauritius, Indian Ocean
Tavistock, Devon
Warminster, Wiltshire
Mauritius, Indian Ocean
Mauritius, Indian Ocean
London, England
Glasgow, Scotland
Broadstairs, Kent
London, England
Bognor, Sussex


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